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Bright night shining clouds - 3.8.2012 at 01.00 Helsinki Observation number 6793

Visibility IV / V

The list included planets in Taurus, full-length cheese and night cloud hats illuminating the space weather reservation. The beautiful, albeit small, night clouds brightened before one, and the moon had to squirm in its own conditions in the cloudless sky of the south. The night clouds were only properly seen from high or open enough. The horizon was almost open to at least half past two, after which the structure of the clouds also began to crumble. 70-300-millimeter optics were suitable for imaging. There would have been no use for Samyang.

The video clip is composed of 51 images taken every 10 seconds. 8 minutes is condensed to 20 seconds. Compiled with Premier and images fused together. Can these videos ever be made too long? You can see Nikon's noise cancellation break in the light strip of the plane landing in the area.

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Additional information
  • Cloud coverage in the sky
    • Very small area
  • Havainto
    • Night shining clouds
  • Brightness of the noctilucent clouds
    • Bright night shining clouds
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D800, Tamron 70 - 300 mm Close-up at 00.45 FX / 120 mm, 2 images combined Panorama at 01.12 FX / 95 mm, 3 images combined Forest landscape at 01.25 FX / 95 mm Video 00.54.29 - 01.02.49 FX 130 mm, 51 images Every 10 seconds

Comments: 2 pcs
Mikko Peussa - 3.8.2012 at 15.40 Report this

Turussa horisontti oli kokonaan ohuen pilven peitossa, mutta sen takana kajasti kirkkaasti. Veikkailin että havaintoja tulee muualta ja hienoja on näköjään tullutkin.

Jari Luomanen - 3.8.2012 at 21.25 Report this

Komeat kuvat ja hienoja pienipiirteisiä laineita pilvissä.

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